An assembly conducted by Jack Sheen performed “music for people who like art” at the Royal Northern College of Music on June 23rd, here’s a video of the performance:
Members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Cliff Colnot will perform “music for roger casement” in the Harris Theatre, Chicago on October 22nd. This is part of a series curated by Missy Mazzoli. Further details are here.
Andrew Hamilton recently spoke with the composer Benjamin Tassie for The Sampler and it can be read here.
Chamber Choir Ireland conducted by Paul Hillier’s recent performance of “music for thomas bernhard” at the Lunalia Festival on 6 May, 2018 can be watched here:
An assembly perform music for people who like art along with excerpts from Ulysses by Joyce at the Royal Northern College of Music on June 23rd at 6.30pm. More info here:
New Album Released
The first portrait disc of the work of Andrew Hamilton has been released by NMC. More information and how to buy it is found here.
Hamilton’s work O.A.I.R. for solo piano will be performed by Eliza McCarthy at the South Bank Centre on Saturday 25th June. Further information and tickets are available here.
London Contemporary Orchestra will perform Hamilton’s music for roger casement at St.John at Hackney on Thursday 30th June. This concert will be presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch and will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.
Tickets for this event are free, but dependent on application. You can read more about the concert and how to request tickets here.
Bang on a Can Summer Music Festival at MASS MoCA takes place between 13 July and 30 July. Hamilton’s music for people who like art will feature as part of of Bang on a Can Marathon on 30 July.
Further information about performance times and festival passes is available here.